The Bachelor of Arts degree in Healthcare Management 3+1 program with Concordia University Chicago is a great way to continue your education. Students are required to complete an Associate in Applied Science degree in Anesthesia Technology, Dental Hygiene, Diagnostic Medical Imaging Radiography, Management, Physical Therapist Assistant or Respiratory Care at College of DuPage in order to be eligible for the program.
Once accepted to College of DuPage, students must complete a series of prerequisites in order to be considered for admission into the AAS Degree program in Dental Hygiene, Diagnostic Medical Imaging Radiography, Physical Therapist Assistant or Respiratory Care. Please thoroughly read the admissions requirements for your program of choice before continuing. As part of the admission process into the selective health science programs at COD, attending an advising session for the AAS in Dental Hygiene or Respiratory Care is required. This advising session is different than the advising session hosted by Concordia University Chicago representatives. Upcoming advising session dates are listed here.
- AAS Degree in Anesthesia Technology to BA in Healthcare Management
- AAS Degree in Dental Hygiene to BA in Healthcare Management
- AAS Degree in Diagnostic Medical Imaging Radiography to BA in Healthcare Management
- AAS Degree in Management to BA in Healthcare Management
- AAS Degree in Physical Therapist Assistant in Healthcare Management (for students starting Physical Therapist Assistant program in September 2016
- AAS Degree in Respiratory Care to BA in Healthcare Management
Advising Sessions are a great opportunity to meet the Concordia University Chicago representative who can answer questions about the BA in Healthcare Management program. Sessions are offered throughout the semester. If you cannot attend any of the offered sessions, you may contact the representative directly via the contact information at the bottom of this page.
Spring 2023 Healthcare Management Advising Sessions take place in the Health Science Center (HSC), Room 1230 Atrium from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the following dates:
- Tuesday, Jan. 31
- Tuesday, Feb. 28
- Monday, March 21
- Tuesday, April 25
All College of DuPage coursework throughout the program is offered at the tuition rate at the time of enrollment. All Concordia University Chicago coursework is offered at a reduced tuition rate at the time of enrollment at Concordia University Chicago.
Before you Begin
College of DuPage maintains an open enrollment policy. To attend, you must be ONE of the following:
- 18 years of age
- A high school graduate
- A GED completer
Steps to Apply to the 3+1 Program
Once you are ready to get started, follow the steps below:
- Begin your studies at COD in your chosen degree. In collaboration with a COD counselor or program advisor, develop an academic plan that meets both the articulated Associate degree and transfer program requirements.
- Complete the 3+1 Transfer Application. Email the completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org or dropped it off at the front desk of the Counseling, Advising and Transfer office located in Student Services Center (SSC) 3200.
- Connect with the 3+1 partner school through a campus visit, advising session, or transfer event to ensure you understand program expectations and answer your questions.
- Submit an official admission application one to two semesters before you complete your degree at COD. You'll need to request your official COD transcripts to be sent directly to the transfer destination.
- Apply to graduate with an Associate degree identified in the 3+1 program map. After grades and degrees post, request your final official College of DuPage transcripts be sent to the transfer destination.
- Once admitted into your 3+1 school, meet with an advisor to discuss the registration process. If you have applied for financial aid, you must activate a Consortium Agreement allowing your third-year courses to be paid for by the 3+1 school. You must be accepted into the 3+1 school before starting your third-year courses.
- After you have been accepted and have met with an advisor, register for your third-year (or junior-year) courses.
- Continue and complete your fourth-year courses.
Counseling, Advising and Transfer Services
Student Services Center (SSC), Room 3200